Recent News

  • Tune in to Womenfolk Sunday, February 1st as Pam K and her roots/bluegrass band Switched At Birth play live, previewing their performance that night at 7 pm as part of KFAI’s monthly Womenfolk Live concert series:node/14692 at Gethsemane Church, located at 905 4th Ave. S.

  • The Twin Cities’ own Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins will be visiting with Harold on House Party:node/74 on Wednesday, January 28th at 5 pm.

  • Thursday, January 29th at 11 am ground-breaking author Erica Jong talks with Write on Radio hosts Ian and Lynette about her newest book, a collection of poetry called Love Comes First.

  • As the State, the City of Minneapolis, and Minneapolis Public Schools prepare to make deep budget cuts, they’re asking the public for help in determining where to downsize. KFAI reporter Anna Pratt asked Minneapolis City Council Member, Robert Lilligen, and Analyst Dane Smith, from the local think tank, Growth and Justice, whether people’s input really matters.

    January 27, 2009

  • Produced by KFAI’s Diane Richard and Todd Melby, Death’s Footprint is a documentary on the environmental consequences of traditional burial and funeral practices.

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  • Join hosts Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit:http://www.kfai.org/node/89 Thursday January 29th from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm with special guest, Playwright Edward Albee. America’s leading playwright provocateur, now an octogenarian, Edward Albee always has new plays dancing in his head.

    A theatrical experimenter whose work jumps the boundaries of American drama.

  • The RNC 8 is a group of eight people being charged with organizing activities before and during the Republican National Convention in St.Paul last September. Former FBI Agent, Colleen Rowley, and State Representative, Phyllis Kahn, were amongst the speakers and 150 supporters gathered at the Walker Church in South Minneapolis.

    January 26, 2009

  • On Friday, January 30, MN Soundtrack presents To Kill a Petty Bougeoisie and Whitesands/Badlands at the Acadia Caafe from 9:30 pm-12:30 am.

  • Tune in Sunday, January 25th at 11 am as Womenfolk favorites Catie Curtis and Meg Hutchinson stop by the studio to play live and talk about their concert that night at the Cedar Cultural Center.

  • This week Truth to Tell’s Andy Driscoll and Lynell Mickelsen talk with a variety of GLBT organizations and advocates about this legislative session’s agenda around human rights issues and their differing approaches to ensuring equal treatment and recognition of same-sex families in housing, employment, health care, financial and estate matters.

    What Minnesota GLBT advocates want is not an easy

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